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A day out to Cotswolds with Ribena: Doodle your World

By on August 2, 2017

There is nothing better than planning a holiday and actually enjoying your days of relaxation. But adding the fun element takes your holiday to a totally different level. Last weekend we packed a bag or two (ok, ten) for a trip to Cotswolds, one of the most beautiful regions in…


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A stay at the Ned with TRESemme

By on June 28, 2017

One of the best hotels in London has opened its doors after a fantastic transformation. The 11-storey building has many original features, from the 92 African verdite columns in the former banking hall, to old safety deposit signage in the main stairwell. When entering the Ned, the grand banking hall…


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Girls night in – K West Hotel & The Arch Hotel, London

By on June 8, 2017

When you have one of the most amazing jobs in the world, you can only be thankful. Yes, thankful for all the sleepless nights, all the brainstorming, all the closed doors, all the unpaid collaborations, all the hard work. Because they only make you grow as a creative person,…


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Disneyland Paris – my best #BAHolidayMoments

By on May 24, 2017

Being a Disney girl for most of my life made me see things magical, candour and more delicate. When I was little, we couldn’t afford to go to the beach 3 hours away, let alone to Disneyland. Actually, my mom barely took us to the park, and when she…


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St. Martin’s Courtyard summer destination

By on May 1, 2017

Summer is fast approaching (fingers crossed) and although London is beautiful no matter the season, fog or drizzle, you can definitely get more out of your wanderings if the sun is up on the sky. There is something exciting, mesmerizing when discovering new places in London, and St Martin’s Courtyard…


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Ladies Day at Aintree Grand National

By on April 12, 2017

I’ve finally attended the races at Aintree Grand National in Liverpool this Friday. Hearing a lot about Ladies Day made me put a mark on my calendar, get the tickets and convince my husband to become my plus one. I am quite new to the whole race experience, but…


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Painting colours in Bordeaux, France

By on November 4, 2016

France is beautiful, we all know it, and it has more to offer than the overly known Paris, this is why we decided to travel to Bordeaux, a few months ago. Almost the entire city has been declared a World Heritage Site, because of the classical and neo-classical architecture…


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Why do we love Bucharest?

By on August 8, 2016

Bucurestiul meu a fost si va fi intotdeauna in spatele oricarei controverse, discutii sau legende urbane pentru multi vizitatori si locanici. Dar pentru mine este locul unde m-am nascut, orasul care m-a invatat sa nu marginalizez pe nimeni, care mi-a dat oameni pe care ii iubesc, si amintiri in…


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Careys Manor SenSpa – luxury retreat

By on April 26, 2016

Every now and then, I feel the need of being pampered; and not that I mind my husband’s foot rub and two minutes massage, but there comes a time when leaving professionals do their work will do wonders in a relationship. When we packed two weeks ago to indulge…


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A day well spent in St. Martin’s Courtyard, London

By on March 10, 2016

Living in London means you get accustomed to all the popular places, but still go to the same pub, eat at the same restaurant, walk on the same street. There are many hidden treasures locals won’t share with tourists, but I’ve decided to break the rules, and tell you…

Elena Sandor
London

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